The Johnson-Goslee family in the town of Mardela Springs in Wicomico County got a knock on the door yesterday from ABC hit television show Extreme Makeover – Home Edition.  

The Baltimore Sun reports that the Eastern Shore family live in an 80 year-old house with no working showers or bathtubs. The construction team, lead by Annapolis builder Fusion Construction, will have until Monday afternoon — 106 hours — to complete the house.

This is not the first time the TV crew has been to Maryland. Last year, the show built a new home for the Boys Hope Girls Hope in Baltimore.

Hundreds of workers and thousands of volunteers will help with the construction. To volunteer contact Fusion.

One reply on “Extreme Makeover Comes to Maryland”

  1. I have volunteered at the site for over 72 hours- I would just like to say what a PLEASURE it has been to work with the Fusion team. What a great group of people. Words cannot describe what a blessing they were. Camden and Josh were the most helpful. I hope to work on a project like this with you all again.

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